— Miss Morgan (@MissMorganTweet) July 7, 2016
Pokémon Go is changing lives.
Players are traveling far and wide to find Pokémon in the new augmented reality game, flicking Pokéballs on their phones to catch Pokémon-like Squirtle, Pidgey and Rattata.
The creatures are apparently abundant in and around sports stadiums, however. And fans have a field day trying to "catch 'em all" at stadiums like Dodger Stadium and Bank of America Stadium, home of the Carolina Panthers.
— Joc Crusherson (@NotJocPederson) July 10, 2016
Wait, shouldn't a cat be here? pic.twitter.com/Z7LCVjg0lD
— Carolina Panthers (@Panthers) July 7, 2016
— John Coniglio (@JC3_tweets) July 8, 2016
— Caleb Frerking (@Cuhleeb_Da_King) July 9, 2016
Though the main point of the game is to catch as many Pokémon as possible, it's also important to find Poké Stops. Players can get extra Pokéballs from the stops. These sports stadiums seem riddled with Poké Stops, making them hot spots for players.
The game is enjoyable even if you're not a serious Pokémon fan. When you feel your phone buzz, alerting you that a Pokémon is nearby, it's an exciting moment.
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